Diving In Costa Rica

Cocos Island  the Gulf of Papagayo, and around the Osa Peninsula to Caño Island costa rica

                Diving In Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a small country in Central America that has greater biodiversity than Europe or North America. A tropical paradise, rich in forests and wildlife, Costa Rica boasts over 800 miles of coastline. Lately, a lot of conditions and Fantastic diving marine life have also contributed to a fascinating destination for diving
Costa Rica is bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Caribbean Sea to the east. The Caribbean coast offers the best conditions for diving, while the Pacific coast offers more diving equipment. In the Pacific, with the exception of the Gulf of Papagayo and Bahia Drake, visibility underwater is considered poor. The Caribbean coast of Costa Rica has better visibility under water, but is still underdeveloped. So far, diving in Costa Rica is concentrated in the Gulf of Papagayo, and around the Osa Peninsula to Caño Island

Cocos Island , a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and a National Parks of Costa Rica protected  often ranks among the top five dive destinations in the world. The deep waters around the house uninhabited island distance to the largest schools of hammerhead sharks in the world. You can meet hundreds of species of fish that live here , large pelagic species are also abundant. Cocos Island is only accessible by boat dive live-aboard

The Gulf of Papagayo has volcanic formations and soft corals, but the underwater visibility is low due to the abundance of plankton in the water . Dive sites in the area, Catalina and Bat Islands are home to some of the best scuba diving in Costa Rica . Catalina Island is an advanced dive with strong underwater currents . Bats Bats Islands ( Islands ) are also a point of advanced diving , and a protected over the Santa Rosa National Park offshore area require special permission to dive. This is the only place in the country where you can dive with bull sharks

Caño Island ( Isla del Caño ) is protected by the Government of Costa Rica as a biological marine reserve , and it is easy to see why: the deep, cold waters around the island are full of life . Underwater visibility is good. In almost every dive, the large schools of fish can be seen the devils rays , manta rays, dolphins , barracudas , sea turtles, and tip reef sharks are not uncommon. Caño Island is said to be the best place for diving in Costa Rica. Diver numbers are strictly regulated to protect the reserve

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